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January 24, 2003
Linda Goldenberg, a motion picture marketing and publicity executive and former Baltimore resident, died of cancer Monday at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. She was 57. Mrs. Goldenberg, a Los Angeles resident, had been president of marketing for the Premiere Marketing and Distribution Group there since 2001. Born Linda Schwartz in Philadelphia and raised in Baltimore, she was a 1959 graduate of Forest Park High School. She began her career as a secretary for Jack Fruchtman Sr., owner of JF Theaters, one of the largest movie chains in Maryland.
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Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2013
William Goldenberg, who won the Editing Oscar for "Argo," faced perhaps his closest competition from an editor he knew well -- himself. Goldenberg was also nominated for "Zero Dark Thirty" (with Dylan Tichenor), a rare double nomination for a single person. Director Steven Soderbergh was once similarly conflicted, nominated for both "Traffic" and "Erin Brockovich" in 2001; he won for "Traffic. " Backstage, Goldenberg didn't seem too upset about losing to himself, or exultant over beating himself.
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NEWS
May 15, 2007
Bernice M. Goldenberg, a retired manager and cashier for her family's variety store chain, died of complications of old age Thursday at her home in the North Oaks Retirement Community. The former Pikesville resident was 93. Born Bernice M. Salganik in Baltimore and raised in Walbrook, she was a 1929 graduate of Western High School and earned a bachelor's degree in history from Goucher College. She was briefly a substitute teacher in the Baltimore school system, and in 1935 married Joseph O. Goldenberg, whose family owned the Goldenberg variety stores.
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October 5, 2011
Paul Goldenberg lives in Columbia with his wife, Paget Donnelly. They have one son, Jesse Goldenberg. Works for Siemens, managing its fire alarm business Joined the Howard County Striders in 1984 Has been a Striders board member since 1985 Has been Director of Special Races for mre than 20 years Has run the JFK 50-miler 13 times Spends as much time volunteering for the Boy Scouts as he does for the Striders Is...
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By Mia D. McNeil and Mia D. McNeil,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2000
Minutes are ticking away until the 2000 presidential election, and thanks to Election Watch 2000, voters will know just how many. Jack Goldenberg and Andrew Gillinson have bought the rights for their company, Election Watch 2000, to manufacture wristwatches bearing the faces of Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush. "We were trying to find a subtle way for people to show their political affiliation," Gillinson said. Goldenberg and Gillinson met in 1986 when they began working together at an advertising agency in Baltimore.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | June 21, 2007
Hometown -- Baltimore Current members --Sal Goldenberg, guitar; Tiff Wynn, vocals; Curt Schmeltz bass; Rob Perry, drums Founded in --2005 Style --rock Influenced by --the Dead Boys, the Runaways, Joan Jett, the Adolescents, Guitar Wolf Notable --A few months from now, the band plans to start recording its first full-length album. Goldenberg said the group is going to try to capture the energy of the live shows on tape. Quotable --"It makes it more exciting," said Goldenberg of the exclamation point at the end of the band's name.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | November 18, 1992
There are no counters brimming with toys and no mountains of holiday merchandise at Goldenberg's Bargain Outlets this season.What would have been the 80th Christmas for the Baltimore store that is a household name in low-price merchandise is now in the midst of a court-ordered bankruptcy and liquidation sale."
NEWS
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2003
While coastal residents from Maryland to the Carolinas pick up the wreckage from Isabel, meteorologists are warning East Coast communities to prepare for busier hurricane seasons for the next 10 to 40 years. Higher sea surface temperatures and favorable wind conditions in the Atlantic since 1995 have more than doubled the number of major storms roaring out of the tropics each year. Those affecting the Caribbean have quintupled, and the rare ones that strike in October or later have jumped tenfold.
NEWS
By McClatchy-Tribune | November 27, 2006
MIAMI -- Congratulations. The hurricane season -- a surprisingly gentle one -- is effectively over. Now, experts say, use the breather wisely and don't take too much for granted. After two brutal seasons, the law of averages kicked in this year, and the gods of wind and rain treated us kindly. But scientists say the long-term outlook remains stormy. We are still locked in a decades-long period of heightened activity, they say, and should not be misled by the relatively benign 2006 hurricane season, which officially ends Thursday.
NEWS
By Andrew C. Revkin and Andrew C. Revkin,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 22, 2001
The Atlantic Seaboard and the Caribbean face 10 to 40 years of stronger and more frequent hurricanes, a new analysis of weather data shows. As a result, crowded coastlines and islands are confronted with the greatest risk of devastation in a generation, said the scientists who conducted the study. Many meteorologists said the new analysis provided the firmest evidence yet that cycles in ocean and atmospheric conditions that suppressed big storms from 1971 to 1994 had shifted into a storm-spawning state.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | June 21, 2007
Hometown -- Baltimore Current members --Sal Goldenberg, guitar; Tiff Wynn, vocals; Curt Schmeltz bass; Rob Perry, drums Founded in --2005 Style --rock Influenced by --the Dead Boys, the Runaways, Joan Jett, the Adolescents, Guitar Wolf Notable --A few months from now, the band plans to start recording its first full-length album. Goldenberg said the group is going to try to capture the energy of the live shows on tape. Quotable --"It makes it more exciting," said Goldenberg of the exclamation point at the end of the band's name.
NEWS
May 15, 2007
Bernice M. Goldenberg, a retired manager and cashier for her family's variety store chain, died of complications of old age Thursday at her home in the North Oaks Retirement Community. The former Pikesville resident was 93. Born Bernice M. Salganik in Baltimore and raised in Walbrook, she was a 1929 graduate of Western High School and earned a bachelor's degree in history from Goucher College. She was briefly a substitute teacher in the Baltimore school system, and in 1935 married Joseph O. Goldenberg, whose family owned the Goldenberg variety stores.
NEWS
By McClatchy-Tribune | November 27, 2006
MIAMI -- Congratulations. The hurricane season -- a surprisingly gentle one -- is effectively over. Now, experts say, use the breather wisely and don't take too much for granted. After two brutal seasons, the law of averages kicked in this year, and the gods of wind and rain treated us kindly. But scientists say the long-term outlook remains stormy. We are still locked in a decades-long period of heightened activity, they say, and should not be misled by the relatively benign 2006 hurricane season, which officially ends Thursday.
NEWS
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2003
While coastal residents from Maryland to the Carolinas pick up the wreckage from Isabel, meteorologists are warning East Coast communities to prepare for busier hurricane seasons for the next 10 to 40 years. Higher sea surface temperatures and favorable wind conditions in the Atlantic since 1995 have more than doubled the number of major storms roaring out of the tropics each year. Those affecting the Caribbean have quintupled, and the rare ones that strike in October or later have jumped tenfold.
NEWS
January 24, 2003
Linda Goldenberg, a motion picture marketing and publicity executive and former Baltimore resident, died of cancer Monday at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. She was 57. Mrs. Goldenberg, a Los Angeles resident, had been president of marketing for the Premiere Marketing and Distribution Group there since 2001. Born Linda Schwartz in Philadelphia and raised in Baltimore, she was a 1959 graduate of Forest Park High School. She began her career as a secretary for Jack Fruchtman Sr., owner of JF Theaters, one of the largest movie chains in Maryland.
NEWS
By Andrew C. Revkin and Andrew C. Revkin,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 22, 2001
The Atlantic Seaboard and the Caribbean face 10 to 40 years of stronger and more frequent hurricanes, a new analysis of weather data shows. As a result, crowded coastlines and islands are confronted with the greatest risk of devastation in a generation, said the scientists who conducted the study. Many meteorologists said the new analysis provided the firmest evidence yet that cycles in ocean and atmospheric conditions that suppressed big storms from 1971 to 1994 had shifted into a storm-spawning state.
FEATURES
By LAURA CHARLES | December 26, 1990
THE TALLY IS in for the World's Largest Office Party, the Hyatt Regency's annual bash held recently to benefit the WBAL Kid's Campaign and Santa Claus Anonymous. More than 2,000 partygoers raised about $15,000 for the charities. Celebrity bartenders from all over town filled 20 bars for several hours, vying for the most tips to help the cause. At our bar station, the Maryland State Lottery's Frank Kaufman and Don Royston urged the masses to dip into their pockets by giving out key chains that double as instant lottery ticket scrapers!
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | March 30, 1993
In composition, the Howard County Striders' Birthday Marathon -- to be run Sunday, Sept. 19 -- resembles the old Columbia Birthday Race.That run, also sponsored by the Striders, grew a mile a year until it became a half-marathon and the group discontinued it 13 years ago. The run was held in conjunction with the Columbia City Fair, but the late spring date was too hot for a 13-plus-mile run.A one-time-only race, the 26-mile, 385-yard September run will...
NEWS
By Mia D. McNeil and Mia D. McNeil,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2000
Minutes are ticking away until the 2000 presidential election, and thanks to Election Watch 2000, voters will know just how many. Jack Goldenberg and Andrew Gillinson have bought the rights for their company, Election Watch 2000, to manufacture wristwatches bearing the faces of Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush. "We were trying to find a subtle way for people to show their political affiliation," Gillinson said. Goldenberg and Gillinson met in 1986 when they began working together at an advertising agency in Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | March 30, 1993
In composition, the Howard County Striders' Birthday Marathon -- to be run Sunday, Sept. 19 -- resembles the old Columbia Birthday Race.That run, also sponsored by the Striders, grew a mile a year until it became a half-marathon and the group discontinued it 13 years ago. The run was held in conjunction with the Columbia City Fair, but the late spring date was too hot for a 13-plus-mile run.A one-time-only race, the 26-mile, 385-yard September run will...
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